Ms Cao Thi Ngoc Dung

Ms Cao Thi Ngoc Dung
Ms Cao Thi Ngoc Dung
Chairman and CEO of Phu Nhuan Jewelry Company

Born in a family with business traditions, with Ms. Dung, business has become a passion and the inevitable path that she chose for her life. Graduated from the Faculty of Commerce – Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics, worked in the business section of state-owned enterprises, in 1988, she set up PNJ- a gold brand of the jewelry industry in Vietnam. To current, PNJ has become an enterprise with total assets of over 3,000 billion VND with a staff of nearly 3,500 people, owns a factory of modern jewelry and the largest scale with a team of nearly 1,000 skilled jewelers. PNJ brand has become the leading jewelry brand in Vietnam with prestigious jewelry brands on par with international jewelery such as PNJ gold jewelry, PNJSliver silver jewelry, CAO Fine Jewelry. Jewelry PNJ is now widely distributed with a system of 190 stores in 45 provinces and a network of nearly 3,000 customers nationwide. PNJ jewelery has also been exported to countries in Europe, Asia, America, Australia … The public often gives her the names of “Golden Woman”, “Golden Lady”. Cao Thi Ngoc Dung is also one of the “pillars” of business networking in Ho Chi Minh City and the country to create a community of entrepreneurs who help each other develop and lead. She is a founding member of Ho Chi Minh City Young Entrepreneurs Association, Vietnam High Quality Business Association, LBC’s Leading Business Club ( member of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), Member of Executive Committee of the Vietnam Gold Business Association, Vice President of Vietnam Women Entrepreneurs Association (VAWE), President of the Ho Chi Minh City Woman Business Association (HAWEE), … After more than 30 years of experience in the market, Ms. Dung said: “The happiness of business people is that they can do many useful things for society,” which has become the business’s common business philosophy “Put the interests of customers and social benefits into business interests.” Therefore, she is known not only as an excellent corporate executive in Vietnam but also a very active social activist. Although the business operation is very busy, but Ms. Dung still prioritizes spending time actively participating in social activities charity. Ms. Dung was awarded the First Class Labor Medal by the President along with the title of sole business woman presenting in the Top 5 Best CEOs of Vietnam 2012 published by Ernst and Young, as well as the title of typical Vietnamese businessman … are worthy of the efforts, successes and positive contributions of Ms. Dung to the economy of the country and community for many years.

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